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Nady XA-900 Pro Stereo Power Amp
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Expect purely professional performance from the Nady XA-900 Pro Stereo Power Amp. With detent volume controls; parallel balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inp...Click To Read More About This Product
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Expect purely professional performance from the Nady XA-900 Pro Stereo Power Amp. With detent volume controls; parallel balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs; stereo, parallel input, or bridged mono operating modes; binding post outs; and ground lift switch. 400W/ch @ 2 ohms, 300W @ 4 ohms, 200W @ 8 ohms, 900W bridged mono @ 4 ohms. Safety features include 2 dual-speed cooling fans, soft-start turn on, noise-free on/off, built-in DC offset, independent DC and thermal overload protection on each channel, short circuit and speaker protection, DC servo operation, built-in digital current limiter; plus power on, clip, signal, and protect LED indicators for each channel. Rugged 2U rackmount housing.
- 400W/ch @ 2 ohms, 300W @ 4 ohms, 200W @ 8 ohms, 900W bridged mono @ 4 ohms
- Detent volume controls
- Parallel balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs
- Stereo, parallel-input, or bridged mono operating modes
- Binding post/banana plug outputs
- Ground lift switch
- 2 dual-speed cooling fans
- Soft-start turn on
- Noise-free on/off
- Built-in DC offset
- Thermal overload protection
- Short circuit and speaker protection
- DC servo operation
- Digital current limiter
- Power on, clip, signal, and protect LED indicators
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Most Liked Positive Review
These amps rock
I have recently purchased TWO of these amps to put into my rack to run part of my outdoor rig.One amp was used to power 4 SP3 Peavey speakers as subs. The other was...Read complete review
I have recently purchased TWO of these amps to put into my rack to run part of my outdoor rig.One amp was used to power 4 SP3 Peavey speakers as subs. The other was used to power 4 Peavey 115 internationals full range. Both sets of cabinets are loaded with black widows. I run nothing but peavey gear and these blew me away.I sold my cs 800's because they were getting a little age and I went to some fly weight 800 watt amps for my dj rig. (which by the was is also a set of peaveys with BW's) The time came when I needed a lot of power for a gig that I found out about last minute. Bought these amps HOPING that they would last one gig to get me out of a tight. To my surprise, they thundered all 8 cabinets!!!!! I have since used them in outside venues on 4 different occassions and have had no issues other than they are HEAVY.The weight is comparable to what my old cs 800's were. For the money you can't beat the performance and what really floored me was that the power ratings are RMS and not peak. I would recommend these to anyone especially someone on a budget. I have been in mobile sound reinforcement for 12 years and am still blown away by the performance and the price! Nady amplifiers ROCK!
Most Liked Negative Review
I just read all the reviews on this product and am kinda weirded out. When I first read the reviews on it about two years ago (when I had used it) they were...Read complete review
I just read all the reviews on this product and am kinda weirded out. When I first read the reviews on it about two years ago (when I had used it) they were all negative, giving the same problem that I'll elaborate on in a second. I didn't see any of those reviews anymore. I also noticed that a bunch of the reviews were written with the same format, talking about the expensive (EV, JBL, Peavy, and Yamaha) speakers that they were using the amp with, and then saying how well it worked. What kind of place/person has those speakers, but doesn't already have a power amp/doesn't have enough money to afford a better one? I think it's possible that someone was writing fake reviews, but who knows really.This amp is definately a great bang for the buck. It's significantly cheaper than the Behringer PA's, and we all know that most of Behringer's products are marginally less expensive than more trusted names. So is Nady, producing an almost equal PA for less, trustworthy? My friend bought this amp to use for the band he did sound for and it failed. Right after he got it, we used it for a musical at my highschool and it performed well enough for that, though we were only using it for our monitors. It blew up after the musical durring one of their "band" "practices". I wasn't there so it's possible that they were misusing it, but the guy swore that he wasn't overdriving it. If I remember correctly, it was the B channel that blew first. Whichever it was, the old reviews had said the same thing. It's rated power I believe is the RMS rating, not peak (like the behringer PA's, I say that bitterly). So that's definately a plus. If you take REALLY good care of it, I think it will last but you might look into one of those warranties. I'm actually considering having my school buy one right now, but I'm gonna make sure it's got at least a year warranty first.
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I bought two of these amps a couple of years ago. No problems yet. Always strong(especially when my crown 1000 was down in the corner)
I've worked with several of these and in the desert here in Iraq at 220W and generator supported, they took a beating. We are now replacing the two year old amps and they are on their last legs. Several fade as time goes and lose power, end up with one channel working. For the price, you can afford extras as backups, so it did its duty, but we are moving up to Yamaha at five times the price. Hope we get what we pay for.
I have owned one of these amps for a month or so now. It has done exceptionally well, In fact, this amp has done such a good job that I decided to get another one to power the monitors.As I arrived to set up the sound equipment this morning the brand new amp, just taken from the box would not work. It would power up, but it would not drive sound to the speakers.I was weary about NADY products before I purchased the amps. Now I am extremely weary of them. I'm not sure if I will replace it with another one of the same brand or not yet.
I used to work as a roadie and have seen many things go bad as the sound technician was lost in his thought about controling a certain amount of power.So, I bought one in "01" and still have it.use it for rehearsal and at local venues (300 to 1000 people).You need to learn how to harness its power to your advantage and make it work for you.After 7 years, it still works great!You've got to know how to work things out with powerIf you don't know how to use the power this baby has, then you'll be out of luck when the tough gets going.RADARLOVE
i have taken this amp on the road for 4 years. indoors/outdoors. i have put it thru the ringer. it still delivers load crisp toans week after week
I have used this amp 3 times a week for 3 hours a session for 2 years without a single problem.
Ok, first of all, I am into some quite heavy musica and I like to have my speakers jumping, everyone knows that well powered speakers sound much better than ones with little power. I bought two of these, the first one broke, one side of the amp was broken and that wasnt broken enough for nady and there was no warranty. The second one works kind of... I have it bridged, so supposedly it is pumping '900 watts' into two PV215s and you think that should be enough right? Wrong, the 900 watts is a severe exaggeration I am afraid to say. In fact, my Behringer v-tone 212 puts out 120 watts (60 per side) and powers my peaveys far far better than this 900 watt bohemoth ever did... Its just not worth the money, save up your money and buy somehting else...
i have had this amp for about 3 years now and it has been a workhorse. i have palyed it through 2 15inch pa speakers and it ran perfect. no problems with the amp at all. nady is a great product for those of us on a budget, thanks nady.
Purchased in 2006....I used this amp to run 4x CGM 12" Monitors when I ran live concerts at The Hard Rock Cafe - Saint Louis for well over a year and a half (3 shows per week - 5 bands per show!)! The only problems that I ever had with this amp were totally my fault! It's well worth the money!
I own 2 of the Nady XA-900's and have used them flawlessly for almost 5yrs. now. I have used them in numerous configurations. Stereo driving 1 set of subs & 1 set of mains, Mono running sub, main on each amp. And parallel running a set of subs & mains each side and using the other set in parallel for monitors. The latter having been my bands set up and used the most. I have never had a problem with them clipping,or overheating. They have more than enough power & headroom for small venues and I have even done outside venues with plenty of power to spare. You must know your equipment and what the ratings actually mean if you dont want to fry an amp. It doesnt matter what the brand. Most of the internal components used to build them are bought from the same companies anyway. Sure the labor used to put them together is the determining factor on price and can "somtimes" result in an inferior product, but you run that risk with any amp purchase. Buy the extra warranty if you have doubts.